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Hong Kong

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Dim sum
Dim sum is simply an essential part of a visit to Hong Kong. It is a Cantonese speciality, so it’s native to Hong Kong. Dim sum consists of small dishes that are steamed or deep-fried and served in small bamboo baskets with Chinese tea. The best known form of dim sum are stuffed pastry pockets. The fillings can be made from every imaginable kind of meat, fish or vegetables, but they can also be sweet as well. They are eaten with chopsticks and seasoned to taste with soy sauce or other – sometimes very hot – sauces.
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